Not Your Run Of The Mill Chocolate Fondue

Posted December 25, 2012 by admin in


Easy Prep

Fast Cook Time

Common Ingredients

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Cook Time:: 15 minutes
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You can choose almost any type of food you love to dip into your fondue. Have fun and make it your own!

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6 tablespoons of whipping cream
14.1 oz. Toblerone chocolate bar (14.1 oz)
1-2 tablespoons milk (Optional, use only if needed to thin down fondue.)

Dippers: (You choose your favorites!)
Fresh Fruit-Strawberries, pineapple chunks, sliced bananas, orange and apple wedges, grapes, raspberries and blueberries.
Cakes- Sponge cake, angel cake, banana bread and pound cake.
Other Sweet Treats-Biscotti, cookies, brownies, cheesecake and even doughnuts!
Other Suggestions-Pretzels, nuts, marshmallows and anything else you can think of.


Melt the chocolate and the cream together either slowly on your stovetop or in your microwave. Add a tablespoon or 2 of milk if your mixture seems too thick. Pour into your ceramic fondue pot (or if you have a large amount of people to feed make extra and place in a crockpot to keep warm) and place it over a tea-light. (A tea-light is a small candle.)

**That’s all there is to it! The sauce is so simple and easy to put together. (You will not believe how good it tastes.) You should, however, prepare your dippers in advance. That will take a bit of time but the nice part is that you can use whatever appeals to you and the majority of the work is done before your guests arrive!

FYI: Toblerone was trademarked in 1909 and is actually an Alp in the mountains in Switzerland. In the almost two pound triangle-shaped chocolate bar there are 15 peaks of chocolate! Toblerone is a delcious chocolate, this one a combination of milk chocolate, honey and almond nougat.